Parole Hearing of Charles Manson...
Charles Manson has been denied parole
ten times. His last denial was in April 2002. His next parole hearing is scheduled
Charles Manson at the hearing in 1992
Transcript of the
1992 Parole Hearing:
PAROLE CPAROLE CONSIDERATION HEARING
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
BOARD OF PRISON TERMS
In The Matter of The Life Term Parole Consideration
CDC NUMBER B - 33920
APRIL 21, 1992
Ron Koenig, Board Comissioner, Presiding
Aceto, Board Commissioner
Cleo Brown, Deputy Board Commissioner
Charles Manson, Inmate
Stephen Kay, Deputy District Attorney
County of Los Angeles
P R O C E E D I N G S
PRESIDING BOARD COMMISSIONER
KOENIG: These hearings are
being taped, Mr. Manson, so if you would answer
up so that it will
be recorded, please.
This is a subsequent parole
consideration hearing for Charles
Manson, B-33920. Received California Department
of Corrections on
April the 22nd, 1971 pursuant to Penal Code Section 1168
violation of Section 187; California Penal Code, first degree murder,
counts one through seven and 182.1/187, conspiracy to commit
eight, stayed; Los Angeles County case number
the 2nd, 1977, this sentence was changed being case
number A-252156 from death
to life pursuant to Court of Appeal.
The prisoner was additionally received
on December the 13th, 1971
for violation of P.C. 187, first degree murder,
concurrent with prior
term, Los Angeles County case number 8267861, count
Counts two and three of case number A-267861 for violation of
182.1/187/211 and 187, conspiracy to commit murder and
robbery and first degree
murder were stayed.
The controlling minimum eligible parole date is December
December 13th, 1978.
Today's date is April the 22nd, 1971 [sic].
The time is now 1332
hours and we are at the Corcoran State Prison.
on the parole hearing